Si-Tex Expands its Americas HQ, Long Island Facility

Tuesday, August 17, 2010

Roughly one year after re-launching Si-Tex Marine Electronics, industry veterans Allen Schneider and Ted Bodtmann have announced the Long Island, N.Y.-based company is expanding its headquarters.  By taking over a facility adjacent to its original offices, Si-Tex will be able to consolidate its sales and technical service operations at one location.

Schneider, Vice President/Sales for Si-Tex said Si-Tex has also continued to expand its line with new products, such as the new EC-Series multifunction navigation system, SP36 autopilot, SVS-650 6.5” sounder and CVS-1420 1kw 10.4” sounder.  More new products are in the works for Fall 2010 and 2011, said Schneider.

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